sterililty in seeds.

David Hershey dh321 at excite.com
Sat Nov 13 03:23:06 EST 1999


Perhaps you mean cytoplasmic male sterility. The first few sentences of
this abstract tell what it is most commonly used for:
http://www.acad.bg/BulRTD/nsf/1994/summary/sum0759.html

gwrench wrote:

> I am interested in the topic that was discussed in my botany class about =
> sterilty of seeds, what is the latest findings on this topic. If my =
> question is to vague I am trying to find out how far technology has come =
> that prevents farmers and etc. from growing plants from seedlings of =
> plants grown the previous year.




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